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The U.S. Representative for New Mexico's 2nd congressional district, serving since 2011.
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ENG: Stevan Edward "Steve" Pearce (born August 24, 1947) is the U.S. Representative for New Mexico's 2nd congressional district. He is a member of the Republican Party. He previously held the seat from 2003 to 2009 and was an Assistant Minority Whip. Early life, education and career Pearce was born in Lamesa in Dawson County in west Texas but reared in Hobbs, New Mexico, where he currently resides with his wife, Cynthia. He attended college at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, having earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in economics. Afterward, he received a Master of Business Administration from Eastern New Mexico University in Portales. While at New Mexico State University, Pearce was elected president of the student body. He served in the Vietnam War as a C-130 ...
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Pearce Proposes Innovative Land-Use Legislation


Isn't it odd that mainstream news outlets like the Associated Press seem to ignore truly groundbreaking land-use legislation? Okay, maybe it's more predictable than odd! While Wilderness activist groups continue to push for legislation that would put more than two thirds of the public lands surrounding Las Cruces, New Mexico, into an outdated, restrictive designation (see Wilderness is a Child of the '60s That Never Grew Up article), a local Congressman has introduced a bill recognizing that "protection" does not mean locking the American public out of their lands. Congressman Steve Pearce ...


Let's not bail out the U.S. Postal Service


The United States Postal Service is about to default on its loan from the U.S. government. Many facilities, especially in rural areas of New Mexico, are faced with closure. Understandably, customers are frustrated and want to know how it got this bad in the first place. They deserve answers and they deserve solutions. USPS officials and some members of the various postal employee unions recently stated that they believe a piece of legislation, HR 1351 -- United States Postal Service Pension Obligation Recalculation and Restoration Act -- is the answer. This bill would bail out the USPS ...


Congressman Steve Pearce Sharpens Call for Renegade Logging


Rep. Steve Pearce (R-N.M.) sharpened his support today for Otero County’s plan to log national forest lands without U.S. Forest Service approval. Pearce has applauded the plan and vowed to fell the first tree on Sept. 17 on the Lincoln National Forest. The congressman’s press secretary, Jamie Dickerman, today issued a statement in the Summit Voice trying to explain why he thinks Otero County can log national forests without approval from the U.S. Forest Service and other federal agencies. “Congressman Pearce’s imagination knows no bounds when it comes to asserting ...


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Pearce Statement on German Air Force’s Intent to Cease Operations at Holloman Air Force Base
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: Megan Wells                                               Tel. 202-225-2365Email: meganj.wells@mail.house.gov   Pearce Statement on German Air Force’s Intent to Cease Operations at Holloman Air Force Base Today, the German Air Force (GAF) announced their intent to cease operations at their Tactical Training Center (TTC) at Holloman Air Force Base (HAFB) in 2019. Our office has been in close contact with the Germans as they wrestled with the budgetary constraints that could potentially lead to this cessation of activities. Although I understand the difficult budget decisions the German government is forced to make, I am certain the strategic value of training at HAFB will be missed by GAF airmen. Though the TTC was formally established in 1996, the GAF has trained in our region for decades. In this time, the Luftwaffe has not only honed the skills of their airmen, but strengthened the bond between our two countries. The Holloman c
Pearce Votes to Support New Mexican Job Creation
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: Megan Wells                                               Tel. 202-225-2365Email: meganj.wells@mail.house.gov   Pearce Votes to Support New Mexican Job Creation Washington, DC (April 20, 2016)  This week, the House of Representatives passed a series of bills that will help small businesses thrive and expand:  “As a former New Mexico small business owner, I know firsthand how difficult it can be for a business to get off the ground, let alone succeed and expand when weighed down by government requirements and mandates.  I am proud to have supported and the House pass legislation that will provide the breathing room needed for small businesses and Americans to prosper.   “Small businesses are the cornerstone of our economy. They provide the majority of new jobs created, and account for over 90 percent of all employment throughout the nation. For our economy to continue to recover and flourish, Congress must support legislation
Ranchers Meet with Federal Agencies to Discuss NM Jumping Mouse
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: Megan Wells                                               Tel. 202-225-2365Email: meganj.wells@mail.house.gov   Ranchers Meet with Federal Agencies to Discuss NM Jumping Mouse Washington, DC (April 19, 2016)  Today, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and U.S. Forest Service will meet with New Mexican ranchers to discuss issues created by critical habitat designations made by the Fish and Wildlife Service for the New Mexico meadow jumping mouse: “My office continually hears from local ranchers about the need to have a collaborative conversation with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Forest Service. While I am pleased to see both agencies finally meeting with local New Mexicans to discuss the impact that these critical habitat designations will have on the ranching community, it should not have taken this long for the meeting to occur, nor should it have required my office to become involved and insist on the meeting. Lo
Pearce’s Statement on Bill to Prevent FCC Rate Regulation
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: Megan Wells                                               Tel. 202-225-2365Email: meganj.wells@mail.house.gov   Pearce’s Statement on Bill to Prevent FCC Rate Regulation Washington, DC (April 15, 2016)  U.S. Rep. Steve Pearce, issued the following statement after the House overwhelmingly passed H.R. 2666 the No Rate Regulation of Broadband Internet Access Act: “In February 2015, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and Obama Administration passed new internet access requirements, known as net neutrality, without input from Congress or the American people. These rules impede growth and innovation in our technology sector, and limit internet access for Americans around the nation. At that time, the Administration and FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler promised that the FCC would not regulate the cost of broadband services by Internet Service Providers (ISPs). This was a short lived promise. In March 2016, Chairman Wheeler contradic



 
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